WW5 Cabinet update from David


As a result of the rule change (whole cabinets only to be considered for

upgrade to Fibre To The Property (FTTP) in rural areas) and the need to achieve 80 of 130 (alleged) addresses for a minimum 12 month FTTP

contract I have decided not to pursue this further. There are not 130

connectable addresses (see last month’s piece) and many of our residents will not be willing (or need) to embark onto new FTTP contracts, which is

wholly understandable. I am willing to pass on the information I have

collected to anyone who would like to pick up the baton, but I cannot devote

the vast amount of time required to achieve the goal. David Griffiths

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